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Matt Le Tissier praised Roy Hodgson’s decision to field an attack-minded England side in Switzerland.
Matt Le Tissier backs Man City for the title, Villa for the drop and a Stoke striker to catch the eye...
No leaders? No strikers? Poor tactics? Matt Le Tissier looks at who's to blame for Brazil's humiliation.
Steven Gerrard would be wrong to announce his retirement from England duty, says Matt Le Tissier.
Matt Le Tissier backs Southampton to continue their progress after the loss of Mauricio Pochettino.
Jamie Redknapp and Matt Le Tissier expect Yaya Toure to stay at Man City, despite his outburst.
Matt Le Tissier says Nicola Cortese's Southampton departure has been blown out of all proportion.
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Liverpool drew 2-2 away to Ludogorets to keep their Champions League hopes alive with one game left in Group B.
Arsenal beat Borussia Dortmund 2-0 at the Emirates to qualify for the knockout phase of the Champions League.
Brendan Rodgers hailed the character of his Liverpool team after their 2-2 draw away to Ludogorets in the Champions League.
Real Madrid won 1-0 at Basel to stay perfect in the Champions League, while Atletico and Monaco also claimed victories.
Arsene Wenger praised Arsenal's "focus" as they beat Borussia Dortmund 2-0 to qualify for the Champions League last 16.
Liverpool's draw against Ludogorets showed again that confidence is fragile among Brendan Rodgers' players
It was not a night on which Liverpool could resolve any of their troubles, but Brendan Rodgers must have hoped, pleaded, and prayed for better.
Champions League: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain makes it 100 appearances for Arsenal and is showing sparkling form
On a drizzly night at the Emirates Stadium there were three moments to savour. Two of them accounted for the 2-0 scoreline. The other was a stunning piece of skill by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain that deserved the same reward.
Champions League: Chelsea’s five-star show at Schalke suggests they could be unstoppable at home and in Europe
They were trying to whip up an atmosphere in the Veltins Arena. The crowd were lively and the team were making the right noises. Roberto di Matteo spoke of showing no sentiment but the thought of the former coach putting one over on his old club offered a tempting narrative.